miss strawberry clamoring to get out! I was a little surprised to say the least. I know that I have had her in there for several days, and that she hasn't seen the light of day in that time. But I was NOT expecting a protest for this sequestration!
SOOOO - I took her out of her dark hiding place and proceeded to...
...unpin her from her awful, terrible, no good multi-pieced backing and batting! She promptly thanked me for my kindness. I then proceeded to piece the new green pin dot backing so that she would not have to lie around naked! I just couldn't have that.
I promptly pin basted her to her new backing with fresh, unpieced batting! It took a while, but she is all ready to go. I will be quilting her within the next couple of weeks!
Even the strawberry fairies around her outer boarder are smiling in anticipation of completion! I am still questioning what type of quilting I will do. I am still learning how to use my home machine for quilting, so it won't be anything fancy.
OK...truthfully...I just want her done! Yes, I am part of the group of people that have NO patience. I want to move on to a new project, and she is holding me from going forward. Would you believe that I made up the whole thing about - whimpering? My new friend Kim has set me in a storey telling mode, and I want to thank her for that!
I will be 'unpluging' for a bit. My family and I need to regroup and refresh...so I will not have any new entries for a few days. Feel free to re-read some of your favorite postings... .. read my profile.....just make sure to check back for the new adventures of 'A Quilter's Mission'!!!
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It warms the cockles of this li'l olde storyteller's heart to read your story about 'Miss Strawberry', Vicki.......life is all the better with a little embellishment!! Kim ;)
Enjoy your time of rest. We all need that : )
You deserve your well-earned rest. When I hear whimpering from my unfinished work, I just go into denial! xCathy
Oh, I'm glad that it was just your quilt whimpering and not a kitty cat or something! LOL...you had me going there! Enjoy your respite!
I felt myself give a huge sigh of relief to know I'm not the only one who sometimes just want to move on from a project!! "Miss Strawberry" is a nice piece of work though.
What a sweet story;-) It made me smile. I better not go too close to my sewing cupboards, there will be lots of screaming and crying from within. I have so many UFO's. I wish I was able to finish one project before starting another. Good for you!! Have some much deserved time to yourself.
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